So today at work it's starts raining and the jeep has no top on. No biggie it's a jeep right well why trying to drain the water i come to realize there is no easy to use drain plug in the rear. So i go home and dry it out now I'm trying to figure out why there is no drain plug back there and what others have done to solve this problem. Any ideas? I have a 97 TJ by the way.
Park the jeep on a steep incline of some sort with the rear higher than the front. There are little channels that let the water flow to the front rubber drain plugs. I have a '99 and have to do the same thing. I hate it, major fail on Jeeps part not putting rubber drains in the rear.
Of course the driving fast and slamming on your brakes works too.
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I have a 99 TJ with no holes in the back, while my wheelin buddy with a 2000 TJ does... I assume that the change was made for the 2000 models. However, I think a few minor changes were made halfway through 1999 (the drainholes?). Somewhere around then I guess.
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